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2012

August 19, 2012

Bioethics of organ donation Church is supportive of organ transplants, but some Catholic experts question using ...

Boxer hopes to KO contraception bill Filipino boxing champion Manny Pacquiao has a formidable new foe

Catholic charity offers aid to Syrian refugees

Catholic charity offers aid to Syrian refugees As thousands of refugees flee violence in Syria, the Catholic Near East Welfare ...

Catholics testify to benefits of organ donation Donating daughter’s organs, tissues brought woman solace, while priest and boy got ...

Chick-fil-A controversy

Chick-fil-A controversy Recent attacks on Dan Cathy for standing up for family values violate the First Amendment

Confessing sins

Confessing sins Faithful should receive Sacrament of Penance more often than the once a year required ...

Editorial: The need for a Church transparent ‘The Church is trying hard and will always try harder to be a “house of glass,” where ...

Family members grapple with organ donation decisions Hospitals can guide them to doing what they think their loved one would want

Kidney transplant chains link strangers together The swaps, in which people offer to give their organs to unknown recipients, meet the ...

Lack of transparency trips up relief agency

Lack of transparency trips up relief agency Catholic Relief Services’ failure to fully disclose grant to aid group has it ...

Learning to have an evangelist's heart Evangelization begins with a personal decision to share your faith with those around ...

Letters to the Editor for August 19, 2012 Natural Family Planning, gun control, and Glenn Beck

Parishes and the decline of community

Parishes and the decline of community Social observers are noting that in America individuals are increasing removed from ...

Pope plugs religious freedom efforts of U.S. Catholics

Pope plugs religious freedom efforts of U.S. Catholics As the battle for religious freedom rights in the United States heats up, Pope ...

Opening the Word: Sacrament of love

Opening the Word: Sacrament of love God does not reject what he has created, nor does he dismiss what he loves

We are the world

We are the world America is a tremendously blessed land, but our ignorance of other cultures is at ...

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Saints offer spiritual support to elderly
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